Marlowe Holden (she/her/hers) is an actor, writer, and producer. As an actor, she has worked both on camera and onstage collaborating with HERE Arts, Mabou Mines, Ma-Yi Theater, Primary Stages, The Amoralists, The Flea, New Ohio Theatre, Totem Pole Playhouse, The Civilians, and Loading Dock Theatre, among others. She is a producer with IngénueWitty Films creating short form independent work, including Hat Trick Bitches, a female-centric comedy web series picked up by SeekaTV and winner of the Audience Choice Award at Seattle Webfest; and Alex is Black, an Official Selection of Stareable Fest and HollyWeb Festival.
Marlowe’s writing for the camera has been recognized as an Official Selection of film festivals in Austin, Atlanta, London, and New York. Most recently she worked behind the camera on upcoming indie feature Sometime Other Than Now starring Kate Walsh and Donal Logue; and in front of the camera starring in the short film Women and Elephants, directed by Barbara Stepansky, which Marlowe also wrote and produced.
She is a member of Actors Equity Association and the Producers Guild of America. An Alum of T. Schreiber Studio, People’s Improv Theater, and Manhattan Film Institute. BFA from the University of Oklahoma's Helmerich School of Drama. Represented by Aaron J. Sandler of Forte Artist Management and Craig Holzberg of Avalon Artists Group.